Become a Teacher
Have you always felt driven towards teaching? A desire to educate and inspire others. If so, entering a teaching credential program is the place for you.
At Fresno State, we prepare our future teachers to enter the field of education with confidence and preparation. With the teacher shortage still widespread throughout California, there is a high need for hiring teachers, especially for mathematics, science, special education, and bilingual education. Earning your teaching credential at Fresno State will allow you to make an impact on the future leaders of tomorrow.
Teaching Credential Programs
The Education Specialist Credential program prepares caring, competent and reflective
candidates to teach children, youth and adults with disabilities in a variety of diverse
educational settings in grades kindergarten - age 22.
The Multiple Subject Credential program is for students who want to become kindergarten or elementary school teachers, K-8. Our program prepares candidates to teach elementary school in culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
The Single Subject Credential program authorizes the holder to teach the specific subject(s) named on the credential in departmentalized classes, such as those in most middle schools and high schools, in grades preschool, K–12, or in classes organized primarily for adults.
Pathways to Earning a Credential
The journey to becoming a teacher is your own. The Kremen School of Education and Human Development collaborates and partners with local school districts to prepare teachers as educational leaders in the diverse communities of the Central Valley. Learn more about our pathways to earning a teaching credential.
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Here at Fresno State, we prepare our future teachers to enter the field of education with confidence and preparation.